Check out this Chaise. It was so pretty and comfortable (I had to give it a try!), but the owner wanted a different look for her home. The fabric before had a Tropical feel, or a Tommy Bahama look to it. It was cream colored and very heavily textured. The client felt that with a dog and two children always on the chaise....it was time for a change for that reason also.
She picked out a beautiful white fabric by Robert Allen, from Fabric Solutions in Wilmington, NC. It washes like a dream and comes out so pretty that ironing is just about unneccessary. While I am on this subject, let me give you a little advice. When you are looking for fabric and you don't like to iron....do a little investigating first before purchasing. Always bring home a small piece....trace around it on a piece of paper....wash and dry it, then lay it back on your tracing to check for shrinkage....and general appearance. If it is hard and wrinkles are set in, it may be difficult to iron the wrinkles out. Give it a try. I have had to sew before on very hard fabric and the wrinkles were almost set in. So, do a little investigating before purchasing fabric. Oh, and use plenty of fabric softner in the rinse cycle!
http://www.homefashionsu.com/ . It is $29.95 plus shipping and worth every penny. She has several sizes and it can also do knife pleats. It is absolutely amazing. Check out her store...she has several items.